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Detectives with the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office recently conducted checks on the hundreds of sex offenders and predators in the county and found dozens of them are st...
And as part of the mission, the group held its 8th annual Grant a Wish shopping spree which allows three local students a five-minute shopping spree in the AA Gift for Te...
After what’s already been a season of higher-than-average flu numbers, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says health experts are preparing for several more w...
Three years ago when Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly took office, he discovered the number of domestic violence cases had been steadily growing and victims and offender...
A Central Florida man is starting the new year with new hope after a successful kidney transplant surgery.
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These smartphone Apps can help combat distracted driving.
A tool that resembles the tailgate tents you might find at a University of Central Florida football game is now changing the way children with limited mobility make strid...
The census has many impacts beyond getting an updated head count, including how $675 billion is distributed to states and cities for public transportation, education, hou...
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Deputies in Orange County are using an armored bulldozer to keep people safe.
Here's another example of dogs helping kids.
Orlando Health is the first hospital in Florida
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This week's Getting Results Award winner started a nonprofit to fight childhood hunger.
To help celebrate American Education Week, News 6 talent and staff members played a huge role in Teach-In Day.
A pilot program to collect scents from select residents in Seminole County is helping to protect people prone to wandering.
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A group of barbers in Orlando are coming together to give away dozens of turkeys to families this holiday season.
Titusville police said in one night, a high-end, high-value industrial complex just two blocks from police headquarters lost $30,000 worth of merchandise to burglars who ...
An Orlando girl with a rare form of cancer has found a bone marrow donor.
The Orlando Solar Bears hosted nearly 13,000 students for its third annual school game.
Sanford Police are placing QR codes on cars to help reduce the number of burglaries.
Empowering students and their communities through seed-to-table experiences is the goal of the Edible Education Experience.
A Central Florida woman shared what she calls her “hope after a storm” during infant and pregnancy loss awareness month.
The Conklin Center For The Blind, President and CEO, Kelly Harris, is this week's Getting Results Award winner. Harris says when the position opened a year ago she knew i...
Internet Sex Crimes Detective Lori Fiorino, of the Orlando Police Department, says she's in high demand these days.
The Orlando Magic hosted 7,500 Orange County Public School students for its "Pick, Read and Roll" Reading Program at the Amway Center.
Here's yet another chance to get a free flu shot.
Traffic Control Specialist gets results at school zone crossing.
Only 6% of the people in Flagler County commit a majority of the area's crime, according to Sheriff Rick Staly.
October has been designed LGBTQ Awareness Month by Orange County Public Schools.
Many people are familiar with the at-home genetic test kits, but can they identify your breast cancer risk?
Jayden Aciego sees a need at his Lake County school and starts a community project to help.
Every single phone offers up evidence to solve a case.
Great Minds in STEM mentors the next generation of STEM professionals and focuses on under served communities, pairing middle and high school students with mentors.
If you went out to eat for a cause during this year's Magical Dining, part of the proceeds will help provide more support for mental health in schools.
Abused and neglected horses get a second chance at DreamCatcher Horse Ranch and Rescue Center in Clermont.
Students at Seminole Science Charter School analyze the recent storms in the classroom to learn about the tropical weather around them.
A local mother is fighting for more research into a condition that causes chronic headaches.
The Adult Literacy League needs volunteers to help non-native English speakers build confidence.
The construction program is like a strict college course crammed into a month and a half. Inmates report to the classroom Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
An automotive teacher at Lyman High School is a semi-finalist for the Harbor Freight Tools for Schools 2019 Prize for Teaching Excellence.
New Telehealth technology has offered patients a lifeline, medical experts say.